HIV Prevention in Complex, Macro-scale Societies — A Report of the CSIS Task Force on HIV/AIDS Working Committee on Prevention
HIV Prevention in Complex, Macro-scale Societies
A Report of the CSIS Task Force on HIV/AIDS Working Committee on Prevention
This report from The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Task Force on HIV/AIDS Working Committee on Prevention, in collaboration with the Kaiser Family Foundation, provides an overview of the opportunities and challenges for HIV prevention efforts in “second wave” countries – countries that currently have low- to mid-level HIV prevalence but stand on the brink of major epidemics, such as China, India, Russia, Ethiopia and Nigeria. The report was authored by the co-chairs of the Task Force’s Working Committee on Prevention, Jennifer Kates, vice president and director of HIV Policy at the Kaiser Family Foundation and Phillip Nieburg, senior associate at CSIS.
An article based on this paper appeared in the September/October 2005 edition of Global AIDSLink, a publication of the Global Health Council.